Johnson argued that both Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin were "incompetent" leaders whom Rep. Ayanna Presley "took out."
"Who I think won the week, not only [through] Ben Carson but also Mnuchin. And that is [Rep.] Ayanna Presley. Ayanna Pressley basically took out two of the most incompetent -- the only other person that she didn't take out this week was [Education Secretary] Betsy DeVos who I think is the third of the Three Amigos of incompetence in this administration," he said.
"She also got Ben Carson to reveal once again that he's not only incompetent -- he is not only basically asleep three-quarters of the time when he's doing his job -- but he's also a sexist fool," Johnson said on MSNBC's "AM Joy."
He also took aim at Mnuchin for postponing the release of a $20 bill design featuring Underground Railroad and anti-slavery icon Harriet Tubman.
"She not only got Mnuchin basically to say on camera, like, 'I hate black people -- you're not going to get any Tubmans in 2020,'" he said, before mentioning Carson.
Carson received criticism from Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who joked that the HUD secretary wanted to sleep during the hearing. Carson fired back by commenting on how much endurance he had as a surgeon.
"Since you brought it up... I know what it's like to actually be sleepy, especially after 18-hour surgeries and operating on babies in the womb," he tweeted "I hope @IlhanMN knows I care about all people, even those she doesn't recognize as having a right to life."